Resolved Question: Unique name suggestions
As many as possible please :) x
Posted on 3 March 2013 | 5:51 am
Resolved Question: How many names can you
The person with the most gets 10 points!!!
Posted on 10 February 2013 | 4:44 am
Resolved Question: Sibling names for brother
I named my DS Casey Andrew.
My husband hates the name Casey for a boy (we were separated) and says if Casey has a brother that we will name him a "real" boys name. I prefer softer names obviously, but even though I think Casey is fine for a boy I am worried that if he has a brother whose name is more "macho" that people will think Casey is a girl.
So this got me wondering. What would be good names to pair with Casey for a boy and girl. Would more traditional boy names be okay or be a mismatch. What about unisex girl names, or do the girl names need to be more feminine?
Posted on 24 October 2012 | 12:05 pm
Resolved Question: What would you name a set
*there are 8 different 'sets' of twin names listed below, please choose a FIRST and MIDDLE name from each set (2)
*no spelling changes allowed.
*please explain your choices
*randomly generated names!!
first; Abrielle, Anberlyn, Jaselyn, Jenalie
middle; Abalena, Auburn, Blythe, Honor.
first; Trayton, Kyler, Lucan, Clark
middle; Alec, Becker, Branson, Dixon.
first; Jenson, Layton, Lorna, Evalia
middle; Brooklyn, Rowan, Tawny, Hunter.
first; Oakley, Lyndon, Savannah, Cierra
middle; June, Jane, Jack, Luke.
first; Holly, Molly, Sally, Aly.
middle; Madyson, Adyson, Jade, Piper.
first; Weston, Ashton, Preston, Deston.
middle; Elijah, Emerson, Everett, Emanuel.
first; Lily, Ivy, Daisy, Calla.
middle; Liberty, Faith, Mercy, Love
first; Kingston, Knox, Memphis, Quinlen.
middle; Abram, Chandler, Lyle, Mason.
Posted on 5 October 2012 | 11:25 am
Resolved Question: Sibling names for big
No 'M' names please
Posted on 22 March 2012 | 5:31 am